Gustave Courbet

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Noun1.Gustave Courbet - French painter noted for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes (1819-1877)Gustave Courbet - French painter noted for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes (1819-1877)
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This impression parallels to the 19th century French Realism painters like Jean Gustave Courbet, who insisted on not depicting the ideal but the reality of his time.
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When you look at this self-portrait you do not only experience his desperation (as the title suggests), but you also get the idea of what kind of personality Gustave Courbet was himself.
Whistler's early oils, etchings, drawings, and watercolours capture the transformation of the river in the manner of his friend Gustave Courbet, while his later oil, water colour paintings, and lithotints provide a glimpse of the new social life after his friend Claude Monet.
Despite Pre-Raphaelite protestations of 'truth to nature', Millais had regular recourse to mannequins, as did the French prophet of Realism, Gustave Courbet, whose Young Ladies of the Village (1851) were likened by a contemporary critic to 'fairground dolls'.
at3ta Among the haul was work by Spain's Esteban Murillo, France's Adolphe Piot and pre-Impressionist Gustave Courbet.
Sekula might have taken his cue from Gustave Courbet, whose paintings of workers--especially his Stone Breakers, 1849-50--violated the genre's indexical code, figuring the laborer without figuring the labor.
On ne reproche plus de montrer le [beaucoup moins que]laid[beaucoup plus grand que] comme on l'a fait en son temps a Gustave Courbet.
At one of its corners, stood the Museum of Fine Arts and Archeology which houses among others, some works of Gustave Courbet, the Maitre of the Realist School of Art.
An unknown art buff has reportedly found the missing "face" of one of the world most famous paintings, The Origin of the World by Gustave Courbet.
Just a couple of years after that show, the Musee d'Orsay acquired a Gustave Courbet painting which had been missing for many years and in which Jo posed for him nude, with her legs spread.
The realist painter, Gustave Courbet embraced the Commune with a passion and was elected to its central committee.